Facil Point needle

crestas_nsr125

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Spain (spanish)
Hola a todos, en el ámbito médico hay un tipo de agujas que se llaman en inglés "facil point needle". Siento no poder dar más contexto pero es que es un término específico del que no sé si dar más contexto ayudaría...

¿Alguna idea? Gracias.
 
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  • nelliot53

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    Spanish-[PR]; English-[US]
    Creo que el "facil" puede venir de "facilitate"- Merriam Webster= fa·cil·i·tate verb \fə-ˈsi-lə-ˌtāt\: to make (something) easier : to help cause (something)
    : to help (something) run more smoothly and effectively

    Lo que concuerda con esta descripción del término en http://www.victor-g.com/custom_needles.htm
     
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    whiterabbitg

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    english-us
    Yes, to all of the above, and it is a patented name as in; 1995.10, Acquired Enishi Industries, a manufacturer of special needles for medical use, ... 2002.10, Patented Facil Point spinal anesthesia needle in Japan. Suerte y saludos
     
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    whiterabbitg

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    english-us
    I got lucky on this one, Jeff, just did a general search and scrolled through the available responses, Bingo! Hello to Texas. Cheers.
     
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